Cherry Lake Skatepark
Cherry Lake Skatepark Altona

Cherry Lake Skatepark can be found next to the beautiful Cherry Lake in Altona. The skatepark is located just a short stroll away from the carpark, in the middle of flowing green fields, playgrounds, BBQ facilities and some of Melbourne’s best scenic push bike tracks. The small beginners’ skatepark is in the middle of miniature […]

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Melbourne Skateparks

Laverton Skatepark can be found in McCormack Park and has been expanded on over the years to create the skate space masterpiece that it is today. Originally Laverton Skatepark only had a few ledges and rails, however today features an expansive outlay of concrete to carve around on with a comprehensive display of street obstacles […]

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Point Cook Skatepark

Point Cook Ledges is a reasonably sized open concrete surface with several ledges scattered around the outskirts. The street style skatepark additionally features a small kicker that is built into a larger symmetrical up-down ledge. Point Cook Ledges are built into a basketball court so skaters and ballers alike have to get along. The entire […]

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Riverwalk Skatepark Melbourne

Riverwalk Skate Plaza is one of the latest skateparks to pop up in Werribee. The street style skatepark has heaps of space as it was built next to a full size concrete basketball court, although the features are not nearly as expansive. You can find the skatepark in Riverwalk Village Park, a modern park with […]

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Melbourne Skateparks Tarneit

Tarneit Skatepark is a small park located in the middle of Ecoville Community Park, Tarneit. The skatepark focuses on the street features that are scattered around. It also has it’s signature 3 ft mini ramp at the end with the gap on one side of the ramp, which you may have seen in pics elsewhere. The […]

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Point Cook Skatepark Vic

Point Cook Skatepark features a large bowl and a few ledges scattered around the outskirts. Designed and built by Convic Skateparks, Point Cook Skatepark has been among the first skateparks built in an area that is now flooded with recently constructed skateparks and skate spots.  The large concrete skate bowl is 6ft deep in the shallow […]

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Lyola Reserve Skatepark Werribee Vic1

Loyola Reserve Skatepark can be found in Loyola Reserve, Werribee, next to the multipurpose basketball court. The street style skatepark can easily be overlooked as it only contains a few ledges, rails, bank and a hump. All of the obstacles are in a line and only accessible to hit on one side as they double […]

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Truganina Skatepark Greater Melbourne

Truganina Skatepark was constructed in early 2010’s and is nestled between a playground, a sports field and a school. Overall it is a very small skatepark with steps, ledges, banks and one HUGE rail. Truganiina Skatepark is definitely different and deserves street-cred for originality, however being original does not always equal quality. The sloping banks on […]

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Warrnambool Skatepark, Warrnambool Vic

Warrnambool Skatepark is a large concrete skatepark offering a collection of ramps, half pipes, bowls and a rad street section. The largest half pipe is 7ft with a slightly smaller and thiner 6ft section that tapers of with a hip on one side. The 5ft half pipe moulds into a mellow 1/4 bowl with no […]

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Camperdown Vic Skate Park, Camperdown Victoria Skatepark

Camperdown Skatepark is another epic skatepark provided and maintained by the the Corangamite Shire. It was initially just two half pipes with a spine between them, however the skatepark has been extended, now offering a decent sized 6 ft 3/4 bowl with roll in, along with heaps of your usual street features that you would […]

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Cobden Skate Park, Cobden Victoria Skateparks

Cobden Skatepark can be found on the corner of McKenzie St and Station St, Cobden (opposite the CFA fire station). The concrete skatepark is super versatile with heaps of small quarters, banks, ledges, euro gaps and even two epic feature bowls. The small skate bowl is a standard 3/4 bowl, that flows into the street […]

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Winchelsea Skatepark, Winchelsea Victoria

Winchelsea skatepark is located right in the middle of town, opposite the Winchelsea IGA. The skatepark is made out of concrete and is large enough to cram heaps of transitions. The skatepark is covered with different sized quarters, a small rail and a bank on top of a feature centre obstacle that moulds into an […]

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Terang Skatepark Terang Vic

Terang Skatepark is a smooth concrete versatile skate space, offering ramps, transitions and heaps of street obstacles. Featuring a 5 ft mini ramp, several smaller quarters, stairs, rails, ledges, boxes and ramps. The compact skatepark offers a lot of options for its size and has something that would appeal to most skaters. Designed and built […]

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Norlane Skatepark

Norlane Skatepark, also known as North Shore Skatepark and Windsor Skate Park. The Concrete skatepark comprises of two skateparks adjacent to one another that link together enabling you to skate between the new and the old park. Unlike most renovated skateparks they left the original slab with pre cast features and constructed an entirely new skatepark […]

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Highpoint Plaza can be found near the Highpoint Shopping Centre and right next to the ‘Highpoint Shopping Centre Tram Stop’. The street style skatepark is one of Melbourne’s largest skate plaza’s with countless rails, ledges ramps and gaps. The Skatepark / plaza was built and designed in collaboration with Playce and Baseplate, where partnerships are becoming a […]

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Corio Bowls, Corio Geelong Skateparks

Corio Bowls consists of three different shaped and sized concrete skate bowls all without coping. The smallest bowl is more of a skate dish (Also referred to as a ‘paint tray’) with mellow banks on all sides. The middle bowl is oblong that is missing one half of the quarter wall You will have to […]

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